Serves Two | 15mins | £4.15
This recipe uses only two main ingredients. Its super quick, super filling and super cheap — what more could you ask for?
I eat this for breakfast but it would make a perfectly acceptable lunch as well.
If you already have Season-All and Buckwheat flour, this will only cost you the price of the avocados (2 for £2 at Sainsbury). Which will come in handy when cash is low or if you are a dirty student wallowing in self-pity two weeks before the next loan installment.
(Strict Gluten-free diets watch-out, whilst Dove’s Wholegrain Buckwheat flour is gluten and wheat-free they do say, “It does, however, contain gluten from the adjacent growing, storage or processing of wheat.”)
100g Buckwheat flour (I’ve been using ½ cup)
a pinch of salt
12 tablespoons water
Olive oil or Coconut oil
a healthy scattering of Season-All
For the wraps, simply whisk the flour, salt and water together.
Slice the avocados in preparation, spread the pieces out on your chopping board and sprinkle over the Season-All (my salt consumption is perhaps something to worry about and yet this spice mix can be too salty for me – use carefully).
Stick two plates in your oven to warm up.
Put some oil in the pan – just enough so that it covers the base – and then pour two-ladle-full’s of batter into the pan (this depends on the size of your frying pan), cook this like you would a pancake* and then put it on the plate in the oven to keep warm. Repeat.
Fry the avocado in a little oil. Not for long, perhaps a few minutes. The avocado can become too oily so tip your avocado onto some kitchen roll to get rid of the excess.
Remove the wraps; divide the avocado up evenly between you both (yes, evenly — ‘we share in this household’ as my parents would say) and SERVE.
*I’ve used the term ‘wrap’ loosely. Don’t expect to have a perfectly round wrap that you can simply fill with avocado and roll. For the first four attempts this came out in bits, tasty bits, but bits none the less — this is not something you present to guests on your first attempt.
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